Caption: Figure 7: Complete supraspinatus tear, partial infraspinatus tear, osteoarthritic changes in acromioclavicular
Walch, "The treatment of type III acromioclavicular
dislocations with a modified Cadenat procedure: surgical technique and mid-term results," Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery, vol.
Zagueiro Adutor Grau II Lateral Adutor Grau I Zagueiro Acromioclavicular
Luxacao Meio Campo Acromioclavicular
Luxacao Goleiro Isquiostibiais Grau II Meio Campo Fascia Plantar Inflamacao Zagueiro LCA Cirurgia Meio Campo Isquiostibiais Grau II Atacante Tibiotarsal Entorse Lateral LCA Cirurgia Grafico 1--Lesoes mais frequentes.
 The SSSC is a ring formed by the glenoid process, the coracoid process, the coracoclavicular ligaments, the distal clavicle, the acromioclavicular
joint and the acromial process (Figure 1C).
KEY WORDS: acromioclavicular
joint, sprain, dislocation, chiropractic
Currently there are four main surgical options for AC joint disruptions: (1) primary AC joint fixation (using pins, screws, suture wires, plates, and the hook plate) with or without ligament repair reconstruction; (2) primary fixation of the coracoclavicular interval with or without acromioclavicular
ligament reconstruction; (3) distal clavicle excision with or without coracoclavicular ligament repair; (4) muscle transfer with or without distal clavicle excision .
joint, or AC joint, is a joint at the top of the shoulder.
Specifically, the traditionally-used starting position (TRAD), which places the bar over MTP and under the acromioclavicular
joints of the shoulders (AC) (Figures 1 and 2) was compared to an experimental alignment (EXP) that places the bar over the navicular bones of the feet (N) and under the inferior and medial aspect of the scapular spine (SS) (Figures 1 and 2).
"This is basically when the rotator cuff tendon at the top of the shoulder gets pinched in the AC or acromioclavicular
Physical examination revealed minimally decreased respiratory sounds at left acromioclavicular
(AC) lower zone.
The areas they cover are anatomy and approaches; glenohumeral instability; rotator cuff and biceps; sternoclavicular and acromioclavicular
joint injuries and clavicle fractures; humeral and scapular fractures; glenohumeral arthritis; muscle ruptures, scapulothoracic articulation, and nerve problems; additional arthroscopic procedures for the shoulder; tendon disorders of the elbow; elbow stiffness; elbow instability; elbow fractures; and elbow arthritis.
Dave Kearney's suffered an AC (acromioclavicular
) joint injury to his shoulder and that will keep him out for some time.